1. The Chicago Bears will see what Dominique Robinson can do
The Chicago Bears' second-year former fifth-round Dominique Robinson appears to be back into the mix. It will either be Robinson or Khalil Kareem. Robinson has been a disaster this year, and the Bears made him inactive in favor of Kareem in week eight.
Then, when the Bears added Montez Sweat, they waived Kareem and brought him back to the practice squad. While they waived Kareem and kept Robinson, that is mainly because he is a developmental draft pick, and he is still on his current rookie salary with more team control than Kareem had.
So, the Chicago Bears will likely use the roster spot that Ngakoue leaves to bring up Kareem. Even though Kareem was technically behind Robinson, he may end up being active this Sunday instead of Robinson.
If so, the Chicago Bears really want Robinson to take a step back as a developmental player and learn from the bench. If they roll with Robinson, it shows that they think he learned in his six games away from the field and that the final four games deserve some snaps.
With Green stepping into the role of Ngakoue, the Chicago Bears will look to play either Kareem or Robinson about 30% of the snaps for the final four weeks. That is better than practice squad and inactive, which is where these two were.